Seated at the piano, Kathryn Gardner Weber’s fingers glide over the keys, playing each note with gusto as the years fall away.
As executive director of the Community Relations Board and cabinet member for Mayor Frank Jackson, Blaine Griffin ’93, makes it a point to return every single phone call – from the elderly resident concerned about crime in her neighborhood to the President of the United States.
Master of Arts in Education/Educational Leadership alumna Danielle Kemp '14 believes that her faith allows her to be a better leader.
Cara (Caudill) '06 and Joe Pfeiffer '06 pictured during their travels in Halmahera; Puao for the Evangelical Friends Church Southwest, where they teach intensive courses in Bible, peacemaking, history, mission, and theology - and especially partner with the Jakartan leadership to help them develop and implement a program that trains church leaders in Evangelical Friends theology and practice.
LOVE IN ACTION. Shelby Love '16 is passionate about helping kids grow intellectually and emotionally.
INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION. Marcio Riveras, mayor of Somoto, Nicaragua, invited Jack Harris and a team from Malone to help develop economic plans for his city.
Alyssa Coverdale ’15 landed her dream job as an RN at Memorial Regional Hospital in Hollywood, Fla. in the trauma, neuro, and surgical intensive care unit.
A TIME TO BUILD. Marisa Bellanca graduated with her bachelor's degree this May, and is now finishing her MAOL through Malone's combined program.
Hannah Sierko ’13 has a career that is both daunting and rewarding. As a nurse in the Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Akron Children’s Hospital, part of her job is going to deliveries to stabilize newborns.
EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION. Kylee Maarschalk (right) was named Teacher of the Year for North Hanover High School in North Carolina, a school with more than 100 teachers and 1,700 students. She met her husband, Corey (pictured left) during her freshman year in New Testament class.